For $30, you’re not going to find a wearable that offers the same set of features as the Mi Band 3.
Xiaomi entered the wearable market four years ago, emulating a similar strategy as its phone business that saw the brand edge out its Chinese rivals. The key takeaway from the first-gen Mi Band was its affordability: costing just $15, it was much cheaper than any other product that offered a similar set of features.
It has always been a problem knowing where to store your Bluetooth earpiece when it’s not in use, as wearing it all the time makes you look silly. Huawei has the answer with the TalkBand B5, the latest in a line of models that combine the Bluetooth earpiece with a wrist-worn fitness tracker.
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Corning is primarily known as a manufacturer and supplier of hardened glass products for essentially every major smartphone brand in the world. But following yesterday’s introduction of the Gorilla Glass 6, billed as the company’s most durable cover glass yet, we’re now reminded Corning also designs market-leading glass composites for wearable devices. Your next smartwatch, be it a Wear OS or Tizen-powered product, is likely to use either Corning Gorilla Glass DX or Gorilla Glass DX+ protection. Read More
Corning Gorilla Glass DX and Gorilla Glass DX+ want to make your next smartwatch tougher was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
What comes after 2016’s Samsung Gear S3 and last year’s not-exactly-a-sequel Gear Sport, both of which run the company’s proprietary Tizen OS? Why, the Galaxy Watch, of course, because names are fun. But if you were expecting someone else besides Armani, Hublot, Skagen and the rest of the traditional fashion brand horde to join Google in trying to save Wear OS, odds are you will have to wait a little while longer. Read More
Samsung Galaxy Watch rumored to run Tizen after all, go on sale on August 24 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.